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Hopkins Plug-in Simple Brake Wiring Adapter - GM

Hopkins Plug-in Simple Brake Wiring Adapter - GM

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Why mess with wires and splicing, when you can plug it in? Designed to fit Hopkins Agility brake controllers, this wiring adapter will have you on your way in no time! Call 800-298-8924 to order Hopkins accessories and parts part number HM47795 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Hopkins products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Hopkins Plug-in Simple Brake Wiring Adapter - GM. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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2006 Cadillac Escalade - Hopkins Plug-in Simple Brake Wiring Adapter - GM

  • Brake Controller
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  • Plugs into Brake Controller
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Why mess with wires and splicing, when you can plug it in? Designed to fit Hopkins Agility brake controllers, this wiring adapter will have you on your way in no time!


Features:

  • Includes 2 plugs
    • 1 Plug is inserted into the back of the Hopkins Agility Brake Control Unit
    • 1 Plug is inserted into the factory-installed port under the dash
  • Fits Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller (HM47294), and Hopkins Reliance, Impulse and Brake-Force Brake Controllers


Specs:

  • Compatible with Chevrolet / GMC / Cadillac / Hummer vehicles
    • 2002-06 Chevy Avalanche
    • 1999-06 Chevy Silverado
    • 1999-06 GMC Sierra
    • 2000-06 Chevy Suburban
    • 2000-06 Chevy Tahoe
    • 2000-06 GMC Yukon
    • 1999-06 GMC Denali
    • 2000-06 Cadillac Escalade
    • 2003-06 Hummer H2


You have a lot to think about when you are connecting a vehicle to a trailer or RV. Hopkins makes it easier with a vehicle-specific wiring adapter, designed to fit the Agility brake controller. Simply plug it in and go.



47795 Brake Control Connectors

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Video of Hopkins Plug-in Simple Brake Wiring Adapter - GM

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2005 GMC Sierra

Today, on a 2005 GMC Sierra, were going to be installing Hopkins Flex-Mount brake control, part number hm47297. In conjunction with Hopkins direct fit brake control adapter which is part number hm47795.To begin our install, were going to mount the Flex-Mount display unit here in the center console. First, well remove the center console trays and route the wire up through the pre-drilled hole in there. Well follow the 12-volt power supply back down through the console. Then, well zip tie the wire to the 12-volt power supply wires to secure it in place, cut off the excess from the zip-tie and re-install the panel.Then, well secure the Flex display in place using double sided tape. Now, to install the Flex control system were going to mount it on the side of the center console, that way its easy to access all of the different controls as well as the manual override.

Before we tape it in place, were going to route the wire back behind the paneling and then to secure the flex control, just use double sided tape which is provided. To mount the smart box, were going to follow the manufactures instructions which say to mount it to the side of the center console and were going to use double stick tape here. Then, were going to connect the flex display and the flex control to the smart box. As you can see the connectors are two different sizes, then just plug them into the back of the smart box.Now, were going to connect the plug-in simple adaptor in the vehicles junction box. The first thing we have to do is remove the plastic nut and then pull the junction box cover off and before we plug the harness in, were going to have to connect the red wire.

On this particular adaptor the red wire does not come connected, its going to depend on your vehicle year as to where it connects.Using a test light, weve already determined that it will be in the top right for our application. Our harness is going to install in the top row, the port that is second from the left. Then, were going to put the cover to the junction box back in place and screw on the plastic nut. Then, you want to zip tie the harness in place here and were just going to follow the manufactures wiring, securing as you go. Tuck in the wires and clip all of the zip ties.

Then, well make the connection with the smart box. That completes installation of our Hopkins Flex-Mount brake control part number hm47297 and the Hopkins plug-in adaptor part number hm47795 on our 2005 GMC Sierra.


Customer Reviews

Hopkins Plug-in Simple Brake Wiring Adapter - GM - HM47795

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (33 Customer Reviews)

Why mess with wires and splicing, when you can plug it in? Designed to fit Hopkins Agility brake controllers, this wiring adapter will have you on your way in no time!

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Worked good 771199



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2002 Chevrolet Silverado

Product and instructions worked perfectly, installed in 10 minutes . Thanks Rob 696851



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2000 Chevrolet Silverado

108260989 was delivered and performs flawlessly!!! Thank you Etrailer.com , one of many reasons I keep coming back to you! 690047



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Chevrolet Tahoe

The connectors and the instructions provided were helpful the wiring harness fit perfectly with the tow package on the Chevy Tahoe. The installation video on the e-trailer web site was very helpful for the fuse installation in the engine fuse box. 662180



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5 star rating. makes installation a snap. two screws to mount the controller and then plug in the harness and your ready to go. No splicing wires or adding wire ends. Just PLUG and PLAY !!!! 581293



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Appears to be well made, leads are a good length, and the instructions are clear on where to locate the red wire by year, and the blue fork fits fine. The plug fits the location correctly, but I can't get the snap to engage to ensure it won't back out in the future. 550745


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I have not had any issues with the plug backing out after a year.
Travis - 08/07/2019

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1999 Chevrolet Silverado

This part made it so much better and easy to do thank u . 544613



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Worked out good 540715



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Fast shipping, and works perfectly. My agility brake controller didn’t have a plug, so I had to do some splicing, but still super easy install as well. 463644



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Came in in a good package and was as l isted 452329



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The part was easy to order, reasonable shipping rate and came in a timely fashion. 399300



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2013 Chevrolet Silverado

I have a 2013 chevy Silverado and needed a brake controller. I was told to check out etrailer and found exactly what I needed. The staff at etrailer was helpful friendly and knowledgeable and the product works great!!! I highly recommend etrailer for all your trailering needs!!! 384822



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Just what I needed 365695



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We replaced our old brake controller with this one. We are very pleased with the product. Seems to allow easier stopping of truck and trailer. We pull a fifth wheel and before this product thier was a lot of bounce between the Fifth Wheel and truck. 261463



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Product works as it should. 251980



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THE CORD FIT CORRECTLY AND MADE THE INSTALLATION FAST AND EASY. 208110



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The parts fit and functioned as advertised. Installation was so easy, I thought I had missed something! 203576


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Everything works great, thanks for asking
Ken A - 07/08/2016

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It was exactly what I needed and figuring how to attach was easy. 184757



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2002 GMC Yukon

excellent 184531



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Only place i ever shop for trailer needs. Great website, quality parts shipped fast. Highly recommend. Thank you for being one of the few companies around that still care about quality and the customer. Thanks again... 167250



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2011 GMC Sierra

I bought the Hopkins Brake controller and haven't had the chance to use it yet but in a few weeks I will have a camper in tow. I bought the wiring adapter for my 2011 GMC Sierra WT w/ tow package but didn't realize until I tried to install it that GMC stopped building an available receptacle under the dash after 2007. I still had to buy pins from Radio Shack in order to make the wiring adapter compatible with my truck but with a little ingenuity I was able to get it all installed. 137691



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Made my installation easy and quick. Don't argue with me just buy it. It's the right way to install you controller. 128796



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Fast shipping, service quick Thanks 119784



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Great doing business with etrailer!! Service was excellent and shipping was unbelievable. Received package exactly when they said it would arrive. Could not believe how fast shipping was and how Stephen handled my order. Will deal with them time and time again! 118592



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2004 Chevy Suburban

Etrailer sent this product quickly and inexpensivly to me. It'll be used to control the brakes on my utility trailer. It took seconds to install and is a much more of a quality installation than splicing wires on a 2004 Suburaban. 104609


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